The island of Martha's Vineyard is served by several elementary schools, one high-school, and one charter school.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School is the only public secondary school on the Island, with the exception of a local charter school that serves thirty high school students.
There are 750 students in the high school (2011) involved in a wide variety of academic and enrichment classes, as well as advanced placement, vocational, and special education programs.
The Regional High School boasts a budget with one of the highest per student expenditures in Massachusetts.
MCAS scores for 2011 show MVRHS ranking above average. Every year, the school sends approximately 60% of its students to four year colleges and 25% to two year colleges and trade schools.
Although there is no physical college located on Martha's Vineyard, there are still a variety of collegiate opportunities available.
Additional information is featured in our QuickLinks to Schools and Educational Opportunities in Dukes County.